Thursday, October 24, 2002

Infosync: Handheld Computers and Libraries

Infosync: Handheld Computing and Libraries/Sponsored
by Chicago Library System

Who is Epocrates? Is he related to Print Boy? Does
Print Boy have a bluetooth? For the answer to these
and other questions on the "hot" topic of handheld
computing in libraries come to InfoSync! More and
more, health sciences and academic libraries are
providing support and content for handheld computing.
This day-long workshop will include an introduction to
PDAs, expansion devices, and other handheld goodies
and an overview of current applications available to
the medical and academic communities. Hear how other
libraries are coping with innovative solutions and
exciting projects; what works and what doesn't; what
the future may hold and more!

Instructors:
Tom Peters, Director, Center for Library Initiatives,
Committee on Institutional Cooperation
Peg Burnette, Reference/Systems Librarian, University
of Illinois at Chicago Library of the Health
Sciences-Peoria
Lori Bell, formerly of OSF Saint Francis Medical
Center, Director, Mid-Illinois Talking Book Center

Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Date: Wednesday, November 13, 2002

Place: Chicago Library System

Fee: $65.00

To register, go to this website:
http://www.chilibsys.org/CE/workshops/InfoSync.htm

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